Nordiska Samarbetsorganisationen för Teknisk-Vetenskaplig Forskning (NORDFORSK)
Teknis-Luonnontieteellisen Tutkimuksen Pohjoismainen Yhteistyöelin
Nordic Cooperative Organization for Applied Research
Organisation coopérative nordique pour la recherche appliquée
4 June 1947, Stockholm (Sweden). Statutes adopted 17 Sep 1969, Oslo (Norway). Joint Committee of the Nordic Natural Science Research Councils (NOS-N) complements in natural science the work of NORDFORSK in applied sciences. Ceased to exist.
Promote and increase the efficiency of research and development within technical and associated research fields in the five Nordic countries.Available with paid subscription only.
Creates useful contacts, particularly interdisciplinary contacts, between research and development environments and other parties in the research and development process; initiates and organizes concrete research and development projects in which two or more Nordic countries collaborate; provides total overviews of current knowledge within demarcated problem areas. Qualified investigations, analyses and compilations. Symposia and seminars. Instrumental in setting up: Nordic Society for Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry (NOSTAC); SCANNET.
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- Research, Standards
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